The F90 BMW M5 was first revealed in August last year, and it looks like a Competition Package for the super sedan is set to be available soon. This is according to Bimmerpost, where details pertaining to an official global reveal date (May 8), specifications and even an image of a M5 Competition Package were revealed.

We’ll start with the juicy bits first, the changes under the bonnet. With the Competition Package, the S63B44T4 4.4 litre twin-turbocharged V8 will now make 625 PS, which is 25 PS more than a standard M5. This will help reduce the 0-100 km/h sprint to 3.3 seconds (down from 3.4 seconds), while the 0-200 km/h time is now 10.8 seconds (down from 11.1 seconds).

Expect the top speed to remain electronically limited to 250 km/h, or 305 km/h with the M Driver’s Package – likely a standard item with the Competition Package. Along with the more powerful engine, a specific sports exhaust system is said to be part of the package as well. There’s also revisions to the car’s suspension to make things firmer and a lower ride height.

Visual changes include Competition badging on the vehicle’s exterior finished in black, and the colour is applied on many other items like the front grille and side scuttles, front apron and bootlid spoiler. There will also be a carbon-fibre engine cover and Competition illuminated door sills. The Y-Spoke 789M wheels are also new, and could likely measure 20 inches in size.

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